Even though it was raining outside yesterday, I still had to water the plants in the greenhouse. See that wall of green towards the back of the greenhouse?
That wall, is actually 2 green zebra tomato plants that have gotten totally out of control.
But look, the first green zebra tomato of the season! If you have never grown green zebras before, put them on your seed wish list for next year. They are totally delicious. Plus they look cool in a salad too, which is totally what you are going for if you live in suburbia. The cool factor. 😉
The tri-star strawberries I planted in gutters earlier this season are just beginning to set fruit again. Typically the strawberry plants will produce about twice as much fruit in early summer than in the fall.
But we’ll take what we can get.
Ahh Lemon. My sweet little Meyer lemon tree I planted in January is really starting to look like an actual lemon tree. The only thing is, there are only about a dozen or so fruits left on the tree. I hope all those little lemons can all hang on until January so I’ll be able to harvest them.
Lemon cucumber. Lucy LOVES these!
And last but not least, take a look at this Ancho chili pepper. Isn’t it lovely? We have 4 of these growing in the greenhouse right now and I’m not sure what I am going to do with them. Well, actually I was thinking about stuffing them with cheese or meat for chiles rellenos like the packet suggested. But I’ve never made them before. What do you think?
Do you cook with chili peppers? Do you have any other suggestions?
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